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Montana Land Board endorses swap
Matt Gouras, Associated Press Writer
Native American conference 'is about the togetherness of women'
Learning how to heal physically, emotionally and spiritually was the goal of the third annual women's wellness conference at The Oaks on the Soboba Indian reservation...
NIGA to Obama: No new gaming regulations until NIGC’s Hogen replaced
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – The National Indian Gaming Association has asked President Barack Obama to appoint a new chairman to the National Indian Gaming Commission immediately, and stop the cu...
Trimble: Confronting racism can be so satisfying
Charles E. Trimble
M y mother and I were on a bus from Pine Ridge to Rapid City, where we would join two of my older brothers in finding jobs for the summer...
Doctrine not inspired by Jesus
Letter to the Editor
I ’ve been reading with interest the articles in your newspaper concerning the Doctrine of Discovery. Until a week or so ago, I had never heard of such a thing...
NABI athletes getting attention they hoped for
Mary Kim Titla, Today correspondent
PHOENIX – It’s every basketball player’s dream – to play professionally in front of thousands of fans in an arena like the US Airways Center, home to the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix M...
Peltier awaits parole decision
Gale Courey Toensing
LEWSIBURG, Pa. – There’s a digital clock on the official Leonard Peltier Web site marking the time the American Indian Movement activist has been in prison...
Beefy business plan
Letter to the Editor
T he west river tribes need to stop worrying about the Docket 74B “award,” [Docket 74B refers to a lawsuit for monetary compensation over the illegal taking of the Black Hills] and...
Thune: Deeper understanding of tribal issues comes from dialogue
Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., Guest columnist
O ne of the most important aspects of my job as a senator is to listen to the ideas of constituents and use their input to better represent their needs in Washington...
Grand Canyon plan would upgrade tribal housing
Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press Writer
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – A Grand Canyon housing area for members of an American Indian tribe displaced by the national park is in desperate need of repair...
Elsie Meeks sworn in as director of USDA Rural Development
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Tim Johnson, D-S.D., announced Aug...
Judge dismisses state tax agency from tribal suit
Clifton Adcock, Tulsa World, Okla.
(MCT) – A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the Oklahoma Tax Commission and tax commissioners filed by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation after the commission seized what it c...
Tribe might vote on membership
The Associated Press
NEW TOWN, N.D. (AP) – Members of the Three Affiliated Tribes might vote this fall for a second time on a legal definition for tribal membership...
Brawler now fights for respect
Virgil Zwicker grew up fighting. He said he brawled pretty much every day. With guys on the San Pasqual Indian Reservation, where he lived...
Fort Belknap battles swine flu
Swine flu has hit the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, and health officials have no idea how widespread it is...
Police arrest pair in assault posted online
With their video camera rolling, a young white couple threw eggs at an Alaska Native man and kicked him, slinging slurs in what appears to have been a racially motivated assault, p...
Several Santa Fe homes searched in Indian artifact probe
More Santa Fe connections have surfaced in an ongoing investigation of people suspected of illegally dealing in American Indian artifacts...
Tribal membership needs reform to move forward
In order to preserve sovereignty and successfully thrive economically in the contemporary world, American tribes require greater stability and certainty in government...
Indian Tribes Trying to Pass Online Poker Legislation in California
According to a recent report from Capitol Weeky writer Malcolm Maclachlan, a consortium of California-based Indian tribes and card rooms are lobbying to offer online poker for stat...
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